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What to Expect When Seeking Pediatric Therapy for Autism

Seeking pediatric occupational therapy for autism can be an unnerving task. This is because working with a therapist means that you are entrusting the care of your child’s health with someone who you may not be in the position to fully trust. Moreover, when it comes to children with autism, they are typically more delicate […]

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What to Expect When Seeking Pediatric Therapy at Infinite Therapy Solutions

Having a child with special needs often means needing physical, speech, or occupational therapy. Each of these types of training can be critical to help your child hit their developmental milestones and gain mastery and confidence in various life skills. Infinite Therapy Solutions can provide the essential training your child needs, from passionate therapists who […]

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Hypotonia in Children and What to Watch Out For

Hypotonia is a decrease or a slowing in the development of muscle mass. It can strike anyone at any age, and there are many different causes, but hypotonia is a serious problem that needs to be addressed. Particularly in children, it can be a sign of an underlying problem like muscular dystrophy, Marfan syndrome, or […]

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Why Routine is Important for Your Child

Routines are healthy for all humans, however, children especially benefit from a schedule. Toddlers and school-aged children need to have this structure, as a wider world of experience can be overwhelming. When a child doesn’t have an answer or experience with something new and has no routine to fall back on, it can be a […]

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How Improper Pencil Grip in Children Can Affect Joint Health and Writing Speed

During their formative years, children develop habits that will affect them for the rest of their lives. While this can be a good thing – hygiene, exercise, nutritional choices are all great, positive habits to instill early – poor habits can be highly detrimental. When your child is first learning to write, poor pencil grip […]

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The Importance of Consistency in Pediatric Therapy

Every child has different needs, including when it comes to the therapy they receive. Therapeutic needs are tied to the specific issues each child faces . So, be it a language delay through anxiety or developmental disorders, trouble managing stress or other issues that require behavioral therapy, problems with movement or otherwise a need for […]

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In-Network Benefits With Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield

Realizing that your child needs specialized care for speech, health, or learning difficulties, or that they need physical therapy, can be stressful. Going to regular therapy visits can help improve your child’s life and decrease your own stress, and being in-network with an insurance provider can make these visits even more beneficial. Infinite Therapy Solutions […]

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3 Ways to Help Autistic Children Adjust to Changes In Their Routine

If a change in routine causes anxiety in your child, it can be difficult for them to readjust. Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) often require stability and routine to manage daily challenges. Routine can make them feel comforted and in control. However, sometimes major changes can’t be avoided. Here, we’ll dive into 3 ways […]

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How To Choose The Best Pediatric Therapist For Your Child

When you first start to consider finding a therapist for your child, you have to remember the therapist will be helping you as well. It’s essential that you find a therapist who can treat your child and also assist you in learning how to work with your child at home. You will need to look […]

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Do Developmentally Delayed Toddlers Catch Up?

If you are asking yourself can a child with developmental delays catch up, the answer is it depends on whether the issue is a delay or a disability. Developmentally delayed symptoms can include a clear inability to catch up developmentally with peers and is not just a matter falling slightly behind. Activities for developmentally delayed […]

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